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Dr Rosalind Miller

MPharm MSc PhD

Assistant Professor

Room
315

LSHTM
15-17 Tavistock Place
London
WC1H 9SH
United Kingdom

Tel.
0207 9582930

After completing a Pharmacy degree at The University of Nottingham I worked as a pharmacist in both the NHS and private sector for a number of years. I later transitioned into public health and health economics, completing a Masters in Public Health at LSHTM and a Graduate Diploma in Economics at Birkbeck, University of London. I completed my PhD, which looked at the performance of chain pharmacies in India, here at the School in 2018. 

Affiliations

Faculty of Public Health and Policy
Department of Global Health and Development

Centres

Antimicrobial Resistance Centre (AMR)

Teaching

I am a tutor for the distance learning course Introduction to Health Economics. 

Research

My main research interest lies in better understanding and improving the use of medicines in low- and middle-income countries. I am currently undertaking an ESRC-funded post-doctoral fellowship which builds on my PhD research to address challenges in pharmacy practice, in particular illegal and inappropriate sales of antibiotics over-the-counter. My PhD used a mixed methods approach to understand the effect of chain pharmacies on key public health concerns, such as quality of care and prices of medicines, in India. My previous work has looked at antibiotic use by informal providers in West Bengal; understanding the challenges that recent developments in healthcare markets pose for effective regulation in a range of LMIC settings; and commissioning of healthcare in the UK. 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Area
Health care policy
Health policy
Health systems
Public health
Global Health
Medicines
Private sector
Qualitative methods
Discipline
Health economics
Economics
Social Sciences
Disease and Health Conditions
Diarrhoeal diseases
Tuberculosis
Country
India
Kenya
Nigeria
Region
South Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)

Selected Publications

Quality of tuberculosis care by pharmacies in low- and middle-income countries: Gaps and opportunities.
Miller R; Goodman C
2019
Journal of Clinical Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases
Using unannounced standardised patients to obtain data on quality of care in low-income and middle-income countries: key challenges and opportunities.
Wiseman V; Lagarde M; Kovacs R; Wulandari LPL; Powell-Jackson T; King J; Goodman C; Hanson K; Miller R; Xu D
2019
BMJ Global Health
Quality of tuberculosis care by Indian pharmacies: Mystery clients offer new insights
Miller R; Das J; Pai M
2018
Journal of clinical tuberculosis and other mycobacterial diseases
The Provision of Public Goods and Services by Socially Oriented Entrepreneurs: Experiences of Indian Health Care
Gray A; Miller R
2016
Doing Public Good?: Private Actors, Evaluation, and Public Value
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